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Integrated Imaging began operating in 1986 as a wholesale lab serving one hour photo labs and mini labs in the Rocky Mountain region.
  • Our specialties are:
    • Film transfers, (8mm, super 8, and 16mm home movies converted to video tape or DVD.)
    • Video tapes converted to DVD
    • Video tape duplicating
    • DVD duplicating
    • CD duplicating
    • Audio tape duplicating
Integrated Imaging no longer operates a retail shop in Casper, Wyoming, Local customers should drop off film at Mountain States Lithographing ~ 133 South McKinley Street, Casper, WY 82601.

At Integrated Imaging we strive for the best quality, and stay abreast of technological advances that effect the quality of your families treasured memories.

Email: info@iilabs.com

Second Street in Casper Integrated Imaging building Integrated Imaging Photo  Copyright 2006 all rights reserved
Second Street in Casper
Casper the Little City on the High Plains, Casper Events Center" Casper Mountain in the background, North Platte River in the foreground. Integrated Imaging Photo  Copyright 2006 all rights reserved
Casper Wyoming is on the High Plains
Downtown Casper from the "Casper Events Center" Casper Mountain in the background, North Platte River in the foreground.

Unsolicited Customer Testimonial:

I got my DVD's yesterday. They look great! Thanks for the prompt and professional service. I hope to send another 100 reels to you in the next week or two. First I have to screen them for my parents and decide which format we want the rest to have.

I want to do some editing with these videos. What are the technical differences between the "master" and the other DVD format. Is there an editing software that you would recommend? How would you recommend most easily capturing still shots? What is the layman's name for the digital format that these are saved in?

  Don Ruxxxxxx
Tallahassee, Florida
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